Malaysian classical group joins Good Friday virtual concert from Bach’s Leipzig church

  • Arts
  • Thursday, 09 Apr 2020

This Good Friday, the global Bach family will be singing together virtually in the 'Passion, Proof Against The Pandemic performance. Image features the statue of the German composer at St Thomas church in Leipzig, Germany. Photo: Handout

Johann Sebastian Bach's classical work St John Passion to be live-streamed in a unique global collaboration from the German composer's St Thomas Church, Leipzig in Germany on Good Friday this April 10.

Bachfest Malaysia, a classical group based in Kuala Lumpur, is a part of this international performance.

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